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LGC BULLSEYE CLUB MATCHES 1 & 2

#1 Post by Paco » Tue Nov 03, 2015 1:44 pm

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Below is a link to the revised directions and schedules for the first two LGC Bullseye Club matches.

The post also includes an introduction to the Bullseye Club concept and a link for much more info on precision pistol competition.

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#2 Post by Bucolic » Tue Nov 03, 2015 2:16 pm

Thanks, Paco. Weather looks good here for the next couple days so I think I will get an entry in early.
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#3 Post by Frogger » Tue Nov 03, 2015 6:13 pm

:thanks:

Looking forward to getting out shooting the match! :clap:

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#4 Post by SailDesign » Tue Nov 03, 2015 8:17 pm

Cool! Thanks!

Now to figure out how many divisions to play in. :)
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#5 Post by Bacchus » Wed Nov 04, 2015 1:10 am

Game on! :yahoo:

Thanks Paco for getting this up and running so fast.
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#6 Post by leitmotiv » Fri Dec 04, 2015 7:08 pm

Just shot it today! Need to calculate the score and send it in.

I also had an opportunity to shoot a coworkers CZ Tactical Sport that he just purchased. It makes me look good... :shock:

I should have used it for the match.
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#7 Post by Frogger » Sun Dec 06, 2015 12:39 am

Finally had time and nice weather! :yahoo:

Got to shoot the match and started breaking in my new 1911. :clap:

It was a good day! :yes:

(Not necessarily my best shooting, but hey it was fun!) :beer2:
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#8 Post by CDFingers » Sun Dec 13, 2015 12:10 pm

I hope I added correctly.

As you can see from my range report cyberflung all over Hell and gone, that I shot one for the centerfire. The worst was 15 yards in two minutes: 34. Most were high. When I slow shot at 15, not high.Some learning to do there, clearly. The best at 7 rapid--strange: 94.

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#9 Post by atxgunguy » Tue Dec 15, 2015 3:50 pm

Apologies if I misread the details, but are the matches for just rimfire pistols, or is there also a division for rimfire rifles too?
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#10 Post by leitmotiv » Tue Dec 15, 2015 3:52 pm

I believe the bullseye matches are just for pistols, but the regular Postal Matches typically have matches for both rifles and pistols
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#11 Post by atxgunguy » Tue Dec 15, 2015 4:11 pm

leitmotiv wrote:I believe the bullseye matches are just for pistols, but the regular Postal Matches typically have matches for both rifles and pistols
I guess that was my confusion. Looks like the Postal Matches are on hiatus and are entirely separate from the Bullseye matches.
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#12 Post by leitmotiv » Tue Dec 15, 2015 4:15 pm

I think they are just on hold while Paco tries to get the bullseye matches rolling. He's just one guy managing these things and I'm sure its a good bit of work.
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#13 Post by Catalyst » Tue Dec 15, 2015 5:11 pm

atxgunguy wrote:Apologies if I misread the details, but are the matches for just rimfire pistols, or is there also a division for rimfire rifles too?
Having just shot the bullseye match, they are for pistols only but both rimfire and centerfire pistols with either irons or glass.

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#14 Post by Buck13 » Sun Jan 03, 2016 5:06 pm

Just to check my printer settings (after printing 20 copies :yucky: ), what is the outer diameter of the black 7 ring supposed to be?
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#15 Post by SailDesign » Sun Jan 03, 2016 5:15 pm

3.07" if the B2, which it must be coz the B3's 7 isn't black. :)

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#16 Post by Buck13 » Sun Jan 03, 2016 9:19 pm

:yahoo: All hail PDF! Measures spot-on. Nice not to have to throw all those in the recycling bin.

But I encountered sleet halfway to the range, and turned back. Precip was not in the forecast for the afternoon, so that was an unwelcome surprise. Should have gone yesterday when the sun was shining.
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#17 Post by Bacchus » Sun Jan 03, 2016 10:39 pm

Buck13 wrote::yahoo: All hail PDF! Measures spot-on. Nice not to have to throw all those in the recycling bin.

But I encountered sleet halfway to the range, and turned back. Precip was not in the forecast for the afternoon, so that was an unwelcome surprise. Should have gone yesterday when the sun was shining.
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#18 Post by Paco » Mon Jan 04, 2016 1:50 pm

A few quick comments. Not many are necessary because I've noted that almost every question posted here has been immediately answered correctly by other members.

1. Yes, the regular postal matches have been slightly delayed because I wanted to get the Bullseye Club off to a good start, and I didn't want to put too much deadline pressure on those members likely to shoot both. The regular schedule will begin again shortly. The regular postal matches usually run about six-eight weeks. The planned Bullseye schedule will run five-six weeks per match, so there will be some overlap.

2. Another reason for not running a regular postal match now is weather related. I wanted to schedule a fairly long-distance rifle event, but in many parts of the country that would be almost impossible now. So the next postal match will likely be a "gallery" type match with one event for pistols (rimfire and centerfire) and another for .22 rifles. Watch for the details later this month.

3. The second Bullseye match begins immediately after this one concludes next week. That will be the normal routine. It's an ongoing event.

4. Reminder: Bullseye match #1 is almost over. Get your scores in. The sooner you shoot two matches, the sooner you'll have a handicap score.

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#19 Post by Frogger » Tue Jan 05, 2016 1:26 am

jimwil wrote:Good to learn the full details on this event for the member not to get mislead. I am really much interested with the shotgun to use during the competition and how many shall be allowed to carry with?
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The bullseye matches are for handguns, but the postal matches will be starting back soon! The postal matches typically have a variety of guns.
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#20 Post by Paco » Tue Jan 05, 2016 1:31 am

jimwil wrote:Good to learn the full details on this event for the member not to get mislead. I am really much interested with the shotgun to use during the competition and how many shall be allowed to carry with?
Serious? I'll assume so for now. Frogger is right about the variety in the regular matches, but let me add this: we don't currently include a shotgun division..
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#21 Post by TheViking » Tue Jan 05, 2016 1:41 am

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jimwil wrote:Good to learn the full details on this event for the member not to get mislead. I am really much interested with the shotgun to use during the competition and how many shall be allowed to carry with?
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The bullseye matches are for handguns, but the postal matches will be starting back soon! The postal matches typically have a variety of guns.
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jimwil wrote:Good to learn the full details on this event for the member not to get mislead. I am really much interested with the shotgun to use during the competition and how many shall be allowed to carry with?
Serious? I'll assume so for now. Frogger is right about the variety in the regular matches, but let me add this: we don't currently include a shotgun division..
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#22 Post by Paco » Tue Jan 05, 2016 1:46 am

TheViking wrote: It's a spammer, reported.

We see that type all the time on another forum I'm on, a superficially somewhat legit post with more or less hidden links. Don't click them!
Thought that was probably the case. I'll delete the post. Thanks for the tip, Viking.
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#23 Post by drigeba » Wed Jan 06, 2016 1:08 am

I just sent in my score sheet.

Looking forward to starting the next match.

Thanks for doing this!

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#24 Post by atxgunguy » Wed Jan 06, 2016 8:28 am

drigeba wrote:I just sent in my score sheet.

Looking forward to starting the next match.

Thanks for doing this!

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#25 Post by CDFingers » Wed Jan 06, 2016 9:15 am

My schedule will prevent me from getting my second target up until next match. Life goes on.

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